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Fresh pastries served across three rustic floors

Credit: Lisa Klein Michel
Credit: Lisa Klein Michel
Credit: Lisa Klein Michel
Credit: Lisa Klein Michel
Credit: Lisa Klein Michel

With its bright white façade, steep winding staircase and rustic furniture, this newcomer brings a sense of refined intimacy to the Parisian streets. Marcelle serves a feast of yummy fresh options, from the eggs benedict to focaccia with halloumi, with its spectacular array of not-long-made pastries and cakes prime for picking under a big glass cabinet. Occupying three floors, and open just for coffee too, this jewel also affords access to the rejuvenated Les Halles area, and to many traditional sightseers’ favourites such as the Pompidou Centre and Notre-Dame cathedral.


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Credit: Lisa Klein Michel



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